Nino Martinez Sosa studied film at Santo Domingo University. He moved to Spain and began a prolific career as an editor working in several awarded feature films and documentaries that had led him to countries such as Puerto Rico, Peru, Nicaragua, U.S.A., Colombia, and the Dominican Republic. He founded the production company Balsié Guanábana Macuto in his home country that serves as a launchpad for his director’s career and partner with Fernando Santos and Guasábara Cine to produce Liborio, his first feature film.
He has taught classes and give lectures in many film schools and art centers such as the EICTV, ECAM, NIC, CICE, Chavon Art School, and the Docnomads Erasmus Mundus Joint master’s degree. In 2009 he became a member of the Spanish Film Academy, and since 2012 he’s a member of the European Film Academy.